Kiss the Ground members are the grassroots stakeholders that stand with us in the regenerative movement.
There has never been a better time to cultivate a relationship with the natural world
Continue to build a resilient mindset. Bring light to the things that are most important. Healthy soil, healthy humans, healthy planet.
Forest Bathing: The only destination is where you are
We all know that spending time in nature is good for us, but now we know exactly why. The science behind nature therapy is fascinating, extensive, and continues to grow every year as more research is poured into this burgeoning health treatment.
Presidential Campaign Representatives Share Their Plans for the Future of US Farming
Kiss the Ground was honored to take part in Farmers, Soil, and Climate – a presidential forum in Des Moines Iowa. KTG Co-Founder Finian Makepeace moderated and interviewed several Democratic campaign representatives and one Republican presidential candidate. Each laid out their policies on how they would stand up for America’s family farmers and help them transition to more regenerative agricultural practices.
10 Ways to Love the Soil
Join us in showing a little love for the miraculous superhero beneath our feet.
Your Back to School Reading List on Soil
Whether you’re interested in biodiversity or learning about the intricacies of cover crops, silvopasture, or environmental policy, we’ve got you covered with seven amazing books to guide you on your journey towards regeneration.
A Case Study: Guayaki
Advancing agroforestry and empowering communities in the South American Atlantic rainforest.
4 Chocolate Brands Changing the World
The truth (although visions of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory may come to mind) is that underneath your favorite colorful packaging lies a fascinating ingredient from the planet’s rich equatorial regions: cacao.
3 Ways to Improve the Health of Your Garden Soil
Growing a garden is one of the best things that you can do for your health and for the environment. And one of the most important keys to growing healthy fruits, vegetables and flowers is supporting the health of your soil.
The Biggest Little Farm Offers the World a New View
The Biggest Little Farm, a documentary film starring John and Molly Chester of Apricot Lane Farm, will give you a “new view” and leave you with a deeper understanding of how we can work with our land and the intricacies of its ecosystems to create results far greater than the sum of their parts.
How to Love the Soil Through Your Fashion Choices – Fibershed
Fibershed published a “slow-fashion” Clothing Guide for consumers, outlining how to engage in a circular system that connects farmers, ranchers, designers, producers, and consumers invested in healthy soils and responsible textile manufacturing.